When was chicory first used in coffee?

Answer Common chicory, Cichorium intybus, is a bushy perennial herbaceous plant with blue, lavender, or occasionally white flowers. Various varieties are cultivated for salad leaves, chicons (blanched bud... Read More »

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How to Make Chicory Coffee?

Chicory coffee is very good if you know how to make it right. It is a good caffeine free substitute for coffee.

When was coffee first discovered?

Coffee was believed to be discovered in the 15th century. According to legends, coffee was discovered by a goat herder in Yemen. After giving the red fruit of the coffee to his goats, the herder no... Read More »

Is caffeine affected when coffee is used as a baking ingredient?

Coffee will retain its caffeine content even after baking. There are many recipes for caffeinated desserts and other baked goods. Some commercial products are baked with coffee to provide a "buzzed... Read More »

When did plastic lids start to be used on coffee cans?

In the 1960s, General Foods, along with other coffee roasters, switched to non-key cans with plastic resealable lids. Its marketing campaign included advertisements on and sponsorship of "The Andy ... Read More »